The 2019 College Football Championship is shaping up to be one of the most exciting in recent years. Since 2014 when the current College football Playoff system was adopted, the annual College Football Championship has produced an undisputed National Champion, with the winners of the 2 playoff games battling it out on the gridiron for the coveted trophy in front of thousands of ticket holding fans.
The 2019 College Football Championship will be played on January 7th, 2019 at Levi’s stadium in Santa Clara, the home of the San Francisco 49ers. For the 2018 College Football Season, The Orange Bowl and the Cotton Bowl will serve as the playoffs, with the victor in each of those games taking the field to determine the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision National Champion.
Each year the College Football Playoff games rotate between the six perennial headline bowl Games. In 2018, the Cotton Bowl and the Orange Bowl will serve as the playoff games. For the 2019-2020 College Football Season, the Playstation Fiesta Bowl and the Chik-Fil-A Peach Bowl will serve as the playoff games. And for the 2020-2021 College Football Season, Rose Bowl and the AllState Sugar Bowl will determine the College Football Championship competitors.
Since its inception following the 2014 Season, Alabama has made the most appearances in the title game (3), and claimed the most National Championships (2), with both Clemson and Ohio State earning one national championship apeace. Oregon and Georgia have also made unsuccessful appearances at the College Football Championship Game.